Every 999 call we receive is a potential news story, and so
there is a lot of interest in what we do.
This means that we work with the local and national media to
provide information about incidents across the capital, as well as
arranging for journalists and programme-makers to follow our staff
during the course of a shift.
News releases and statements
Recent news releases and statements are on our press
Read our news releases and statements.
Our older news statements and press releases from
2005 are collected in our news archive.
Read our news
TV and radio
We regularly appear on a number of TV and radio
Find out about the latest coverage.
Ambulance News is our quarterly community
newsletter providing you with news on what's happening
in your ambulance service.
Read the latest edition of Ambulance
Facebook and Twitter
We have official accounts on the social networking sites
Facebook and Twitter. Our pages bring you the latest news
about our work in the capital.
Find out how to become a fan on Facebook or
follow us on Twitter
We're working hard to encourage people to drink more responsibly
at key times of the year, to avoid putting additional pressure on
the service that we provide.
Read more about alcohol-related calls.
Queen's Diamond Jubilee
Over 200 extra London ambulance staff on bicycles, motorcycles,
ambulances and in teams on foot will be on duty at the Queen’s
Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Our work at the Jubilee weekend events
Road traffic collisions - #Crash24
The BBC followed the London Ambulance Service for 24 hours
on Tuesday 6 December as we responded to dozens of road traffic
collisions across the capital.
How to follow #Crash24
Know your blood pressure
We offered free blood pressure checks to Londoners across
the capital on Saturday 17 April to raise their awareness of
Read more about our know your blood pressure
Use us wisely
Our aim is always to increase understanding of how we
work, whether that be by encouraging sensible use of
our service or raising awareness of some of the types of
issues we face.
Find out how to use us wisely.
By donating blood, you can help to save lives. Blood that
you donate can be used to treat a range of illnesses such as all
kinds of anaemia, bone marrow failure and leukaemia
Find out more about how to give blood